Kimi Raikkonen will start Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix from the pit lane after Alfa Romeo elected to fit his car with a new rear wing for the race.
Raikkonen was involved in a second-lap clash with teammate Antonio Giovinazzi during the Sprint Qualifying race, which sent the Finn spinning off at Turn 1 after Giovinazzi clipped his rear-left tyre.
With Alfa Romeo giving Raikkonen a new specification rear wing, as well as making setup changes, he will start his final Brazilian GP from the pits, as he begins the fourth-last race of his two-decade-long career.
No grievances with Giovinazzi
Despite being taken out by his teammate, Raikkonen wasn't annoyed in the aftermath of the Sprint Qualifying race.
"I had a good start and I thought I could make some more progress when I had the contact with Antonio," he told media, including RacingNews365.com.
"I went outside [Fernando] Alonso, he went on the inside, and by the time we were at Turn 1, I couldn't really see what was happening on the inside. We had the smallest of touches but that was enough to spin me around, [and] that's about it."
Giovinazzi escaped penalty for the incident and will start Sunday's race from 13th on the grid.
"For the incident with Kimi, it's a shame we made contact. I don't really know what happened," he explained afterwards.
"We were three-wide on the straight, I took the inside, and then, suddenly, I saw Kimi on the outside.
"We touched tyres, I tried to avoid that, but there wasn't really anything I could do. I was on the inside and braked as normal."
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